Welcome to Kindred Connect.

We support separated parents and their children in establishing and maintaining positive, safe and healthy contact. It’s vitally important for the happiness and well-being of all involved, and crucial to the child’s emotional health and future.

Kindred Connect is a private Children’s Contact Service operating on the northern side of Brisbane. We support separated parents and their children in establishing and maintaining positive, safe and healthy contact. It's vitally important for the happiness and well-being of all involved, and crucial to the child’s emotional health and future. We supervise family contact visits, offering an affordable alternative without the lengthy waiting lists.

Our Contact Centre is staffed by caring and experienced professionals and provides a safe, child-friendly and natural environment.

What is a Children's Contact Service?

Children's Contact Services assist separated families with the logistics of regular and meaningful parent-child contact, following separation. In the case of separated parents experiencing high levels of conflict or where there are concerns about violence, we facilitate safe transfers of children from one parent to the other.

Who might use a Contact Service?

In many cases, the use of such services, are part of orders of the Federal Circuit or Family Law Court. Other families seek out Children’s Contact Services such as ours voluntarily. We encourage parents to access our services before going to Court, if at all possible. Early intervention helps to minimise many of the financial and emotional pitfalls of court processes and more importantly, the emotional impact on children caught in the middle.

What is the purpose of a Children’s Contact Service?
  • To provide a safe, neutral and child-friendly meeting place where parents and children can enjoy quality time together
  • To facilitate contact between children and their separated parents, especially where contact has become limited or non-existent
  • To assist families experiencing post-separation conflict to arrange and enjoy contact visits, minimising stress for everyone involved
  • To arrange and facilitate smooth changeovers of children from one parent to the other – with no contact between parents, where none is desired
  • To promote and safeguard the safety and welfare of participating children and vulnerable other
  • To assist and support families experiencing conflict regarding parent-child visits
  • To provide safe, secure, supervised contact between child and parent (or other family member) in cases where the child may be at risk
  • To assist parents, where appropriate, to become independent in managing contact arrangements in a safe and positive way

Family Contact.

Supported Changeovers for Children and Family Reunification Programs are offered onsite, at our Centre in Dayboro. Supervised Contact Services, where appropriate, may be provided off-site, in the general community.


Other Programs.

To find out more about our programs, please contact our office and we'll send you the relevant information.


Frequently Asked Questions